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It will seem crazy and oftentimes harrowing at first, but it slows down, and you find your head coach voice pretty quickly.
Vanessa Kirby’s performance was singled out for carrying “Pieces of a Woman,” a harrowing drama about a home birth.
It is one of the most harrowing accounts of the insurrection that has been made public to date — and a testament to just how devastating the event was to our democracy.
In this episode, Finnegan, whose surfing memoir Barbarian Days won the Pulitzer Prize, shares one of his most harrowing experiences in the water.
Schaff later told a harrowing story of being trapped in the Capitol as rioters broke in.
His presidency has been a harrowing survey of the things that are possible if nobody stops you.
During this harrowing time, I have been preoccupied with losing weight.
Never mind that I had spent much of my parenting life trying to safely navigate my children through our harrowing world — full of violent cartoons, sex cams, processed foods, water bottles with BPA.
There are few experiences more harrowing than an earthquake.
These severe weather events can be particularly harrowing when you’re mid-adventure.

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